A 'Petag' Tabriz Carpet, Northwest Persia, woven with the Petag mark in the lower right corner, the design based on 16th century Safavid 'Vase' carpets, on an unusual green ground Approximately 398 by 312cm; 13ft., 10ft. 3in. circa 1920
This carpet was formerly in the collection of Franz Graf Clam Gallas from Vienna, Austria. It is now in the collection of the Museum of Applied Arts located in Vienna, Austria that houses one of the world's greatest carpet collections.
Antique Kashan Rug, Persia - an antique Kashan rug that was originally hand made in Persia. With rich reds, beautiful Persian blues, and luminescent golden-yellows that are accentuated by the velvety silk pile, this classic Kashan carpet features a central medallion and two peacock-flanked vases that exemplify the luxurious tastes and styles favored by the region. This antique rug is a genuine work of art, the impeccable craftsmanship.